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Bartlett, Nebraska Thursday, June 10, 1886

Cumminsville from the Gazette- F.W. DAUBANDICK has treated his store to a coat of paint.

W.B. THOMPSON and Cal. KITCHEN were in Neligh this week.

Mrs. H.R. DUFUR and Mrs. A.B. UNSNGST were visitors in town Tuesday.

J. CROCKETT - Plasterer and Bricklayer - Bartlett----Nebraska

Mud Creek Items -  Married at Albion, May 31 - Mr. NICKERSON to Miss Sarah MESSERSMITH of Mud Creek.

Mr. RODOLF is felling happy these days; they have a brand new boy at their house.

M.J. RECHEZ while running, ran an old hog tush in his heel causing quite an uncomfortable wound.

Mr. F. SLONE and M.L. BENNETT have been doing a nice lot of bereaking on their farms.

The people of Bonanza and Mud Creek are to have a united celebration the 4th - It will be held at the McDaniel school house. A good time is expected.

Mr. RICHARDSON id home from Ewing where he went to meet his daughter but was disappointed in not finding her there.

Mr. CONKLINGS, whose child has been very sick with diphtheria are rejoicing over its recovery.


J.P. MATHEWS - Farm & Buggy Harness, Stock - Albion, Nebraska

Big Spring items

ERICKSON Bros. Took a load of porkers to Scotia; they know how to raise them.
Rev. HARRIS was out from Scotia visiting his daughter; while there he made a contract for breaking on his claim.
Peter JENSEN has an eye to business. He looks towards the widows pretty often.
School is progressing nicely under Miss HARRIS' teaching; think Eric will catch on before school closes.
Capt. WHITMAN has about the slickest farm in the County; he is single yet gals.

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